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in vallejo 40's in santa rosa. 40's in daly city and it is going to get a lot colder. the futurecast, with widespread 20's and 30's. with your neighborhood forecast, coming up. meantime, flu season is causing major problems across much of the country. and it may just be getting started here. right now, influenza is "widespread" in 47 states - that does not include california still, since december - we now know, there have been at least four flu- related deaths in our state. two in sacramento. and two in orange county. and as people start to feel sick. there is some confusion about whether it's the flu - or just a cold. dr. tomas aragon - with the san francisco health dept - explains the difference. >> of a cold usually just attacking the upper portion of your body but the influence of local law work portions of eurobonds. and morrison comes like fever. muscle aches and you feel like your entire body is a sec. it is not just your respiratory tract. so, in full when secondly make them very, very ill there are a percentage of people that have a very mild flu virus. so they are not exa
yourself to keep yourself warm. we are seeing conditions in the 40's. for mr. daly city, and in livermore temperatures and the widespread 20's and '30's by 7:00 a.m. things will improve for the later morning hours but still quite chilly for the afternoon. but as get right to the morning lows. 27 in santa rosa. fairfield. pleasanton. and in livermore, 28. 29 and concord. temperatures near freezing with a freeze warning in effect and a frost advisory for effect. taking a look in the afternoon highs >> pam: this recent rally was held in san francisco. >> this neighborhood is taking a stand against sexual violence and sexual predators' against women i crimes against women. this latest incident happened saturday night. luckily, the woman was able to fight off her attacker. >> 8 has been dangerous and it is important to raise awareness and it is important that all of us, as communities gathered together to protect one another >> reporter: fliers like this are being posted all over in an effort to keep everyone alert. in san francisco, alecia reed, kron 4 news. >> the attacker that is still on t
degrees in san francisco. every where else is sitting below freezing. we will have the upper 30's in daly city. there is a freeze watch indicated and this would not expire until tomorrow morning. we are expecting 20's for the overnight and morning lows. taking a look at the afternoon high it will be pretty chilly all around. we will have low 50s in the south bay. we will see this same mix bag of upper 40's and 50's. >> it will be 49 degrees in san rafael. will take a look at the temperatures ahead but for now will head over to. >> the flu is not officially an epidemic. california is one of the only few states that has not felt the full force of the flu season. nationwide, the flu was the cause of one out of 14 deaths last week, putting in the epidemic category according to the center for disease control. kron force catherine heenan has more. >> within three weeks that epidemic has spread from 31 to 47 states. this is a essay very nasty flu. >> often people are laying down and curled up. they do not look well. they stated that 20 children have died since the flu season has start. coffin as
over gun control laws is taking center stage right here in the bay area this morning. gun show in daly city is the focus of people on both sides of the issue. up to 10,000 people are expected to crowd into the crossroads of the west gun show at the cow palace this weekend and they can expect plenty of protesters to greet them. the show includes more than 150 vendors selling everything from guns and ammunition to knives and jewelry. crossroads official attendance at the shows across the country has roughly doubled in the last few weeks over concern that congress and the president are about to approve stricter gun laws. the gun show's owner bob templeton was one of those discussing the issue with vice president joe biden earlier this week. >> we'd like to see mental health issues addressed, we feel we need more community help, resources, those are the things we think need to be addressed before we go down the slippery slope of gun control. >> reporter: sean richards started brothers against guns in san francisco's bay view after his brother was shot and killed in 1995. that group is just
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